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Development Commission motivates and leads

 
FIVB Executive Vice-President and President of the Development Commission Dr. Saleh Ahmad Bin Nasser said members must use tools available to them to help grow
 
Cagliari, Italy, November 1, 2014 – FIVB Executive Vice-President and President of the Development Commission Dr. Saleh Ahmad Bin Nasser impressed upon national federations of the need to help motivate their colleagues in order to increase volleyball development work around the world as part of his Commission’s report on the opening of day two of the FIVB World Congress on Saturday.

Dr. Bin Nasser said: “Our strategy for the future is to keep a close collaboration with our members so everyone can benefit.

"Thanks to the FIVB President Dr. Ary Graça we have been investing more than ever before on projects such as FIVB special projects and the African Dream.

“Our members must explore the use of these tools in their own country. Our members will develop using the tools they have available at their disposal.

“Across the 220 national federations and five continental confederations the reality is different but let’s work together for a bright future and better results.”

As part of his report, Dr. Bin Nasser presented the proposals which had previously been approved by the Board of Administration such as:

Development Funding will not only be limited to National Federations 1 & 2, but will be considered for all categories.

A Volleyball Cooperation Programme Management Course will be introduced as a pilot project in each Confederation. This will include a maximum of 10 courses to be hosted by each Confederation.

And a total of five Volleyball at School Symposiums will be organised, with one in each Confederation with the same group of instructors to go to each seminar in order to maintain consistency however additional instructors can attend their respective symposium within their Confederation.




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